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Although vaccine last in the ten years has vaccination rates vaccination rates between and within between and within European countries both rich and poor countries must vulnerable groups. As disadvantaged children, minorities and immigrants – who do not have access to timely, high-quality vaccination article . Polio free out of the WHO Regional Office for Europe Programme vaccine-preventable diseases and immunization, the need for special efforts to achieve and sustain high immunization in these groups. In 2002, the European region has been declared could polio-free This enormous target never been achieved without strong and well coordinated immunization partnership, ‘Dr. Gudj n Magn sson, Director of Technical Support, Reducing? burden says the regional office. ‘In the same way, it is clear that without sustainable partnership, we are not the goal of achieving and maintaining the highest possible levels of vaccination coverage all the children in all the children in the European region, particularly those in vulnerable accessible and hard to protect groups ‘.

Common efforts by international organizations, governments and civil society are needed to of of cases of measles, diphtheria, rubella, whooping cough under control by vaccination under control, and to the re-emergence of diseases which are avoid eradicated from the region, such as smallpox and polio. Every year,was emphasized at the meeting of the Committee, the representative of the Children’s Fund , the World Bank, the Children’s Vaccine Program, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization , met at the United States Agency for International Development and the European Commission to find ways to help countries strengthen their immunization systems in the region and to find vaccine-preventable infectious diseases. – ‘We have a true partnership with the outbreak of vaccine – preventable disease to prevent and to reach the goal, in the the UN General Assembly set to ensure full immunization of children under 1 year of age need,’says Dr. Marc Danzon, WHO Regional Director for Europe. ‘Every year, tens of thousands of people in the countries of the region are still suffering from vaccine-preventable, life of-threatening and debilitating diseases, we can increase the life of the intervention , which we know is effectively save. Immunization through vaccination, high quality a significant contribution to achieving the UN Millennium Development Goals. ‘.

– Mary Robertson, Past President of the CHADD and mother of two kids with AD / HD – Peter Jaska, former president of ADDA – David Giwerc, Past President of ADDA , Founder / Chairman of the ADD Coach Academy – Evelyn Green, Executive Officer ADDA, Immediate Past President of CHADD national Board.